National History Museum of Armenia

Sep 20, 2015 | 3D World Heritage Program in Armenia

We spent a beautiful Sunday morning at the National History Museum in Yerevan, Armenia’s capital city.

Unfortunately, photography was not permitted inside, so we cannot show the incredible artifacts on display. Objects dated from 300,000 years ago to the 1950s. Bronze Age items were tremendous. The collections are second to none.

Fortunately, there was an exhibition of Crossed Stone monuments that we could photograph in the entrance hall.

Tomorrow we make our way to Haghpat to begin the documentation project. As we progress, we will heed the following quote…

Exploring and documenting the world around us in 3D

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